I was waiting for something more impressive judging by the enthusiastic comments and man I was disappointed. It looks like something Solve would shoot (not a bad thing but not what I want from a Meisel cover story). The February issue had good eds and I bought it, so hopefully this one will be decent too.
Graphical duality. White and black for vintage characterized by Sixties’ style graphics marking the return to the essential. The mood mixes opposites: past and present, chromatic dichotomies. And maquillage is nude, neo-chic. No eyeliner, no mascara, eyes are brightened by Perfect Matte Concealer, creamy, a concealer that hides imperfections and makes the complexion uniform. On the cheeks, only a slight veil of Luminous Cheek Colour, nude. Natural tones where man and woman are enveloped by a single olfactory mix: The One, the female version as Desire and the male as The One for Men. By Dolce & Gabbana The Make Up & Fragrances.
Striped cotton brocade jacket and high neck sweater, Dolce & Gabbana. Hat J.J. Hat Center; gloves Reed Krakoff. Hair Guido for Redken. Maquillage Pat McGrath for Dolce & Gabbana The Make Up. Fashion editor Marie-Amélie Sauvé.
This month’s issue of Vogue Italia will be on newsstands on March 4 in Milan and shortly after in the rest of Italy.
Yes, it is beautiful and I like the idea and the colours of the font, but I think it would have been better with a prettier model. I find the male model much more interesting.
Other than that, can't wait for the main editorial and hopefully the rest of the content will be as good as last month's.
M A Sauvé back doing a VI ed with Meisel after nearly 3 years . I really adore this. It's got that early 90s vibe to it that never goes out of style and Vanessa? Well she just glows here. What an incredible career she's having and how she truly deserves every drop of her success!